If you’re craving the traditional flavors of Caribbean food but with the added fusion of Puerto Rican flavors, Creole 21 should be on your list of restaurants to visit.
We offer a new option for your palate,” says manager Jose Burgos. “This fusion of Latin and Caribbean food is guaranteed to excite your taste buds and introduce you to different cultures, flavors and dishes.”
Creole 21 opened its doors on August 5. Surrounded by nature and the great outdoors, owner Juan Gonzales wanted to create a restaurant where his patrons would feel welcome and comfortable, a place to savor and appreciate home-made food—and he succeeded.
Creole 21 has become a fan favorite among the locals, and Juan invites everyone to come and try the unique blend of flavors Chef Jean Carlo Morales creates in the kitchen.
The menu was carefully crafted to include many tastes, including a great variety of appetizers, salads and soups. The main draw, though, may be the mofongo. This signature Puerto Rican dish is made with a mashed mound of plantains. Diners can then add their favorite seafood, meat, vegetable and sauce options to create the dish of their choice.
In addition, Creole 21 offers a create-your-own pasta option with plenty of meat and topping choices. In the mood for steak? They have that, too. Try the Certified Angus Prime meat. If the kids are in tow, you will appreciate the kid’s menu. What kid doesn’t love chicken tenders and pizza?
If you’re out and about for lunch, you’ll want to opt into Creole 21’s text service. From Monday to Saturday, the deli is open for lunch with daily menus for $6.99. To stay on top of the ever-changing menu, you can choose to receive a text message informing you about the daily specials and offerings. To make it even easier, delivery service is available in the Summerfield area. Plus, for your next event, big or small, consider Creole 21 for your catering needs.
Creole 21 › 16580 S. Hwy 475 › Summerfield, FL 34491 › (352) 307-9300 › Restaurant: Mon-Sun 11a-9p › Deli: Mon-Sat 11a-2p